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Not wise to smartly argue when you're wrong

The de-emphasis of wisdom is an east vs. west dichotomy: eastern
philosophy heavily emphasizes deeper wisdom, where as the post
enlightenment west, and perhaps particularly America, heavily
emphasizes the intellectual flourishes of intelligence.

Scott Berkun in Why smart people defend bad ideas.

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